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Leading with Love, A Women’s History Month Reflection

Women’s History Month is always an introspective time for me. I think about all the ways that women have been, and continue to be, visionary shapers of their communities.

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As Schools Reopen, How Should They Meet the Needs of Students of Color?

With COVID-19 an ever-present threat, many parents are burdened with questions as some school reopen for face-to-face instruction.

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“I AM HUMAN,” a film project of Forward Promise.

Ask a young child what they want to be when they grow up and they will likely give you a list. Their dreams are boundless and they derive genuine excitement from planning their future.

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Justice for Ahmaud Arbery: Dehumanization Is Not Normal

Jogging on a sunny spring day is normal. Chasing, shooting, and murdering a Black man while he is jogging is NOT normal.

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A Mother’s Love Liberates

This is how I show my love. To liberate his mind from the chains of dehumanization that threaten to drag him down when he wants to soar. To transcend the negativity, and instill a hope that stirs up in him the strength to thrive.

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Let’s Heed the Charge from Our Elders

It was a short exchange, really. One that might seem insignificant to onlookers who couldn’t hear the words being spoken. But it is a small moment I will cherish forever.

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